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Camp Cope announce new album ‘Running With the Hurricane,’ share title track

Camp Cope have announced their new album, Running With the Hurricane, with the release of its title track.

Out on March 25th via Run For Cover, the forthcoming album marks the Melbourne band’s third record. Running with the Hurricane is named after a song from Australian folk outfit Redgum. Frontwoman Georgia Maq’s father was a member of the band.

Today’s preview follows the previously released “Blue,” which also comes from the record. “Running With the Hurricane” is a cathartic song that revolves around the idea that “the only way is up.” With soaring harmonies and gritty guitars, you’ll find yourself revisiting the track again and again.

Listen to “Running with the Hurricane” below.
 

 
“The first record was us diving into whatever Camp Cope created, the second album was us when we were in the thick of it, and then this album is about how we’ve come out the other side,” Maq explains. “And we’ve come out stronger, more loving, more peaceful and better friends.”

Check out the tracklist for Running with the Hurricane below.
 

Running with the Hurricane Tracklist:

01 – “Caroline”
02 – “Running with the Hurricane”
03 – “One Wink at a Time”
04 – “Blue”
05 – “The Screaming Planet”
06 – “Love Like You Do”
07 – “Jealous”
08 – “The Mountain”
09 – “Say the Line”
10 – “Sing Your Heart Out”

In December, frontwoman Georgia Maq shared a technicolour video for her new single, “Joe Rogan.” The poppy tune features voice clips from Camp Cope’s Sarah Thompson and Kelly Dawn, Amyl & The Sniffers’ Amy Taylor, and Night Birds’ PJ Russo. The song itself isn’t directly about Joe Rogan, but it sees Maq roasting a guy in her life. The accompanying video is produced by Tori Styles and it follows Georgia Maq as she performs along to the tune.

“I made this song alone in my house,” Georgia Maq explains. “It’s a burn on myself because of my historically bad taste. It’s a song about leaving a bad date because you realized you don’t have to sit around while some guy defends Joe Rogan and smokes a Gatorade bong; it’s about a very… unique experience that isn’t actually that unique–I think it’s relatable.”

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